2005-06 Applied Planning Research & Thesis Posters

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2005-06 Applied Planning Research & Thesis Posters

 

  • Inner City Revitalization: Revitalizing Vernon-Central Through Strategic Partnerships ('06)
  • A Place at the Table: Food Security Strategies for Affordable Housing Communities ('06)
  • Exploring Residential Development of Brownfields as a Solution to Los Angeles' Affordable Housing Shortage ('06)
  • The Public Costs of Slum Housing in Los Angeles: A Case Study of the Morrison Hotel ('06)
  • Choice of the Choice Rider Demand for Light Rail Transit in the Polycentric City: A Look at Culver City and Mid-City Exposition Line ('06)
  • The Inner City Facility Struggle: An Assessment of Charter School Facilities and the Development Process in the City of Los Angeles ('06)
  • Santee Court Phase II: Analysis of a Real Estate Opportunity in Downtown Los Angeles for an Institutional Investor ('06)
  • Public Transit between the United States and Canada: Establishing Regular Bus Service between Whatcom County, Washington, and Vancouver, British Columbia in a post-NAFTA, post-9/11 world ('06)
  • The Power of Partnerships: Recommendations for Strategic Partnerships Between Bank of America and Community Organizations in Boyle Heights ('06)
  • Estrella Park vs. Caltrrans Nuisance Property: Greeing Wasted Spaces ('06)
  • Transit-oriented Development in Culver City: An Opportunity to Support Light Rail Transit and Create a Pedestrian-oriented District ('06)
  • Examining Gentrification and Building a Framework for Equitable Development Policy in Los Angeles' Asian Pacific American Ethnic Enclaves ('06)
  • Public Transit as a Hedge Against Congestion-Related Externalities: Substantial Benefits and Potential Strategies ('06)
  • Mitigating Air Pollution at Seaports: A Review of Emissions Mitigation Efforts at U.S. and European Seaports ('06)
  • Examining Gentriciation and Building a Framework for Equitable Development Policy in Los Angeles' Asian Ethnic Enclaves ('06)
  • One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Coordinating Water Management and Development in Response to the Costa Keuhl Act of 2002 ('06)
  • Uncommon LA Community Development Through Cultural Tourism: Three Los Angeles Neighborhoods ('06)
  • Dollars to Pesos: US to Mexico Remittance Flows ('06)
  • MacArthur Park in Transition: Assessing Change and Preserving Neighborhood Integrity ('06)
  • Wage, Labor and Safety Conditions in the California Car Wash Industry ('06)
  • Trading Spaces: Parking Reform in Neighborhood Commercial Districts
    Affordable Housing Goes Solar: A Feasibility Analysis of Photovoltaics for Future ('06)
  • Job Implications in Los Angeles' Green Building Sector ('06)
  • A Week's Wage for a Month's Rent: Defining and Measuring Housing Affordability in One of the Nation's Most Expensive States ('06)
  • Examining Gentrification and Building a Framework for Equitable Development Policy in Los Angeles' Asian Pacific American Ethnic Enclaves ('06)
  • Thinking Regionally and Acting Regionally: An Examation of the Process of Regional Planning in San Diego ('06)
  • Pedestrian Experience and Built Form: Analysis and Recommendations for Pasadena's Fair Oaks/Orange Grove Renaissance Commercial District ('06)
  • Alternative Methods to Increasing Housing Stock--Converting Commercial Spaces to Residential ('06)